In 2016, the American melting pot is more diverse than ever before, and it's showing in who's heading to the ballot box on Nov. 8.
Despite warnings of low-voter turnout, a record-breaking 200 million people are registered to vote in the upcoming election. A large portion of that figure represents new U.S. citizens casting ballots for the very first time. If early indicators have told us anything, it's that these folks are putting their votes where their livelihoods are.
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If there's one thing we've learned from the modern history of elections in America, it's that New Hampshire sure is important.
Yes, even the 2016 election, with all of its unusual, uh, let's call them "quirks," the Granite State is set to play a key role. It's of the utmost importance that New Hampshirites register to vote and show up to the polls on Election Day.